I don’t know her well enough.
P.S. I “used to be a Lemont” decades ago.No longer.
I find your paradigm amusing. Why?
You use no less than four (4) negative connotations in your first sentence which renders any average reader impotent in comprehending your statement.
Then, to cap it off, you follow said statement with – the answer – “typical human behavior” which is both inaccurate grammatically and also in its conclusion.
What you should have said, near as I can interpret, was,
“Human nature and reasoning at its best.”
Looks like someone knows there TBBT show quotes quite well. That’s word for word.
I remember that episode like it was only last week. Maybe two weeks ago. (LOL)
Where I live, I get to see a minimum of two (2) episodes every night following the news. First episode on CTV2, followed by another on CTV, here in the PST time zone outside Vancouver.
just answer “nein” and that should cover your math, philosophy and language class lessons for the day.
“NFW!” Really? WTF is the world coming to?
The “intellectual circus” is getting out of hand in the USA. I’m not even going to mention suspected political affiliation of those responsible.
Not worth it.
But nothing says the “little pisher” can’t be squished.
Because they’ve been (like) friends since they were small kids and Lemont, being the nerd that he is, can’t look at Susan any way but objectively.
He’s a dog with self control.
Got to love the “skip the dishes” joke.
LOLThough we are in the Garfield strip, I did get thinking of Hobbes.
LMAO; lady talk.P.S. is Frank the husband’s name?I don’t even know all the “cast” character names.